Of course! Last time I counted, I fell back in love with my husband 83 times. Lucky me, cause I'm due for another swoon! Isn't love grand?
Mmmmhhhh!!! Funny you should ask......I<br />
think your answer is a definite and most certainly YES!! Here I am on line in the midst of planning my wedding to my high school sweetheart whom I dated for seven years and has been my best friend for twenty five years. Yes, I was thirteen (13) when we met he was fourteen. Even when we were "apart " we remained friends. A lot has happened and we have grown the one thing that remains unchanged is our love for one another. Here we are 25 years, two sons each later more in love than we ever were. A lot of love , forgiveness and healing here we are about to start our "forever".
I think so very much. <br />
My Grandparents who had a beautiful marriage (were married 60 years and died within a week of each other) always told me that when in a marriage you have to be prepared to fall in and out of love with someone. But not like in a dysfunctional love/hate kind of way. <br />
It's hard to explain. <br />
But yes, I believe so. People grow and change all the time.<br />
I have fallen out of love with my husband before. i have always cared for him and respected him but I have fallen out of "passionate love" with him. And again, fallen back in.
Goodness, I hope not! I would hope I learned from my mistake! :-)
I fall in love with my man again every single day,,,,,,,he's just that special! <br />
Maybe you never fell out of love in the first place?
I think it depends on how the relationship ended, but it's a very rare thing.
Not possible for me. I never fall in love with guys.
Yes. I do. I have.
yes...unless you really never fell out of love with him in the first place..
Yes. ever time something happens with a loving relationship I fall in love with the same aGuy. Even though were apart most nights we've been 'together' 33 years. He's the guy i married, who is my best friend and we live round the corner from each other. Strange isn't it.
Possible, but not necessarily a good idea... Life events change people, their goals change...<br />
Didn't work for me....
My sister dated this guy in high school and then they split up. Now more than 30 years later they are together again and more deeply in love than ever before. It is wonderful to see!
I do, because I have. Relationships are love banks, when you withdraw love your balance dwindles, when you deposit love your balance flourishes. <br />
I don't know about years later though unless its within a couple. They are either replaceable or not and if their not I would assume you would realize that before long! Time apart makes the heart grow fonder or wonder.
Yaa its possible but cases like this can be rare.. and it need a big heart .. and you know the size of hearts in these days.. .....
My aunt did. They were married for many years, had three children, and often had a somewhat rocky marriage. They divorced, fell in love with each other again, were remarried, and were much happier the second time around.